Eliza S Hendricks


John Muir


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[Page 2] Wrote to our Moores, Gradon friends. Yesterday Charles Moores’ bride had her first post-nuptial reception which I attended. She is a very sweet-faced and agreeable person. I think Charles made a very happy choice. The Merrills, Ketchams and Graydons were very much in evidence. Mrs. Moore looked sweet and happy, but thin and pale. Janet the same. They are much in love with their new relative. We all look back with much pleasure to your all too short visit here last summer. When are you coming again? As well ask the


[Indianapolis, Ind.]

Date Original

[circa 1900]


Original letter dimensions: 17 x 14 cm.

Resource Identifier

Undated Eliza S Hendrick to JM

File Identifier

MSS 301 Shone

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Undated Eliza S Hendricks to JM p2


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